Why battery makers keep us in the Dark Ages

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Re: Why battery makers keep us in the Dark Ages
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MHshooter wrote:

Lee Jay wrote:

MHshooter wrote:

FrancoD wrote:

" So i can see why nothing is happening."

No , the problem is that you don't see and can't see.

So tell me then why no substantive progress has been made in nearly a decade?

It has - 5-7% a year or so.

The batteries I had in DSLRs that long ago were as good or better in-terms of storage than the stuff I see now.

Nope...a bit worse.

10 years, 1865mAh vs 1390mAh, exact same size

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Voltage is different

Nope.

(higher in old one) and there simply could be more material in the battery, so not a good example.

You just don't know anything about batteries.

These are both lithium-ion batteries.  Such batteries generally have a voltage range of 3.6V (when nearly dead) to 4.2V (when at 100%).  Some are rated nominally at 3.6V, some at 3.7V, but this is an arbitrary rating since the chemistry is the same.

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